Fife could be described as ‘Scotland in Miniature’ as it comprises a council area of both rural and urban as well as having a broad economic and population base. It is uniquely influenced by the respective city economies of Dundee and Edinburgh in addition to having cultural assets and a proud history of industrial innovation. The region is also resourcing inclusive growth objectives, underpinned by a single council plan which recognises enterprise and innovation. This focus began in Fife with the Fairer Fife Commission during 2015 and has now culminated in the council area being crowned the ‘Most Enterprising Place in Britain’. This title recognises our work implementing an enterprise culture with, for and through, employers in the Kingdom. It also critically recognises the steps being taken within Fife to motivate and mobilise our young people to be leaders or innovators of the future. The Enterprising Britain Awards are run … (To read the full article, subscribe below)
Gordon Mole is a Board Member of the Institute of Economic Development and Senior Manager, Business and Employability, at Fife Council.
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